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Assignment #12 (iiii) (p1): Planning For Documentary

  1. 1. DRAFT 4Assignment 12 (ii) – Planning for Documentary Kaya Sumbland Gledis Dedaj Rahel Fasil Joanne Aroda
  2. 2. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) • Presenter talking about the • This is to make audience - Statistics on the growing - Introduce algorithms and whole documentary, the aware of the history of the number of people logging how it has been brought purpose - how social media web beginning with web 1.0 - onto social networking sites in as a new form in web ‘Social is controlling what a detailed timeline like Facebook day by day. - Explain with animation Media’ – information we receive, in • Animation shows - How this has increased over the use of a filter bubble Facebook, YouTube, information coming out of a the years and why? - we will show a before The Google, Twitter. computer but none going in and after in GoogleHegemonic from the audiences - The different types of social searches • Montage footage of people • Sociological theory of networking sites and which - Link it to socialPuppeteer interacting with different ‘upsurge’ in activism ones are the most popular networking – going in forms of media – people on • Presenter highlights social and why they appeal so much depth with the way their iPads, iPhones, networking – Facebook, to such a mass audience. Facebook tailor your Blackberry’s, Laptops etc. Tumblr, Twitter, Social newsfeed News, Online Dating – how - Reasons why social media and - Talking to the expert • E.g. internet, phones, TV… the web has come to a social networking sites make behind the industry ask if Including establishing shot revolution – more for the perfect tool used to they even know who of internet cafes (high democracy control certain ideologies or tailors our algorithms, angles, low angles), a • Leads to the Web 2.0 part of products within society. (Their who creates their ethics bedroom (with tech), train the animation where popularity aids their ability to - Being in sociological station (people on phones) information comes in and reach a wide range of people.) theories into ethnics – with close up of Wi-Fi out the extent of our connecting. • Showing how YouTube - For example some marketers democracy gaines users success and use certain social networking - To lead into next episode • Show case study of the boy audience allow them to sites or social media to go through why who killed his mum grow or fail– people gain promote their products by algorithms promote a mimicking the soap great success creating Pages for people to hegemonic form of social ‘Coronation Street’, with • Public interviews on how like on Facebook. networking – just archival footage of news they feel about web 2.0 in manipulates audiences broadcast. Trafalgar square - On most website pages a use in the sites • Lastly web 3.0 with share or like button will - Expert interview and voiceover presenter appear. examples of what we see explaining it and what we don’t see • Examples of Google search tailoring searches • Finish with expert interview
  3. 3. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) - The different types of - This part will be about how - To argue the first 15 minutes - Following this will social Media platforms. the audience are fighting back and explore how we think we explore the use of Facebook, Twitter and with the ability to generate are being given various choices, technological ‘Social Instagram are communication and their own information, doing this we will show montage however these choices are provided by higher powers who convergences, how it promotes and allows theMedia’ sharing platforms. - The way that they use footage of people editing Wikipedias, scrolling though determine your search results. - E.g. ‘Online Dating’ : Your constant landscape of media to develop – the algorithms to cater to and posting on their blog and match is determined for you. ways we are very vocal – the individual varies. posting social news stories - So we will show someone filling and influential by Facebook ensures that - We will outline the statistics in online dating application ourselves in technology,Fighting your newsfeed is catered to your taste and what of the amount of people on blogs, and the many different form, using a public interview, empathising with how they feel but presenting a conclusion to weather back you want to see is there and easily accessible. types of blogs – highlighting the minority groups within about this opportunity - However, then we will have an social media is hegemonic or Google search results are society being able to express expert explaining what they do democratic also catered to what themselves repeated with with their online form and how - Do this by showing how they believe you are social news – showing they chose their ideal partner, the use of iPads have interested in. They know footage of people ‘dig’ and who they are blocking out and developed – e.g the your interests from your ‘bury’ of Digg why apps and how ‘genius’ previous Google search. - We will go into detail, showing - We will have statistics on the on the iPad suggest and - How society is fighting how blogs are not consorted, success rates of those they imply what we should against a hegemonic showing the extent of what choose – and those who find download media platform. Through you can post, and why that love with people different to - Though ending with a blogs and Youtube should be able to happen themselves conclusion that we are channels created by though public interview, and always revolutionising ordinary people posting blog users interviews and and are becoming more their own views to a expert interviews as to why democratic large audience. nothing is censored
  4. 4. Structure For Whole SeriesEpisode: Introduction: Beginning: Middle: End: (First 2 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) (15 Mins) - How and if we are - Films : Used to install - How stereotypes - The news and how people influenced by the certain ideologies within have become have no control over what things we watch society or promote these hegemonic through is shown. It is seen as a through films and TV ideologies through someones dictation reliable source of (Listing some examples of our culture of script. information especially in examples, Star Wars in relation to others and government and Trilogy, The Batman what they see - This is liked to the terrorism case studies as ‘Film & Trilogy) propaganda used in they have no other - Examples of specific films WW1 and WW2 to sources to gainTelevision’ - How ideologies have that have influence the promote the Nazi information from. been integrated into world the most alongside Regime. our daily watchings with statistics. - What is shown on the (News, soaps, Dramas) (Clockwork Orange, news is specifically Triumph Of The Will, War chosen for a certain Of The Worlds) representation. Particularly in The London Riots when the news mainly showed footage of youths rioting when statistics show that the majority of looters were adults. Youths have a stereotypically negative image now
  5. 5. Choice of EpisodeThe episode we will focus on is…We chose this episode because…• It was intriguing of all our subtopics• It has a lot of evidence of a great revolution• It would be easiest to get footage for• It is the most current and ‘in’ topic in the 21st century• It’s the most progressive form of media
  6. 6. Structure for EpisodeEpisode Introduction Introductio Beginning Middle End (1st 2 min) n ‘Revolution of The Web’ ‘Social Networking ‘Algorithms’ (1 min) Sites’ • Presenter talking about • Presenter • Begin with web 1.0 with a • Introduce the way social • To flow into the text the whole introducing detailed timeline networking forms as a episode we will documentary, the the episode • Animation shows revolution from web 2.0 introduce algorithms purpose - how social on social information coming out of a • Inform all the different as a way of controlling media is controlling networking computer but none going in types of networking, society subtly what information we (Facebook, from the audiences shots of people • Animation of the receive, in Facebook, YouTube and • Sociological theory of interacting with globe transforming –Social YouTube, Google, Twitter. Twitter) including ‘upsurge’ in activism • Presenter highlights social Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, Online web 3.0 an omnipresent deviceMedia • Montage footage of people interacting with statistics on how much networking – Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Social Dating • There will be public • Animation of a filter bubble will be shown - different forms of media – people on their people use it • Show News, Online Dating – how the web has come to a interviews – why they use social networking • Go in depth using Rahels Facebook, The iPads, iPhones, supporting revolution – more and if they feel it’s a way doing through herHegemonic Blackberry’s, Laptops footage of democracy of their voices being account before, thenPuppeteer etc. YouTube • Leads to the Web 2.0 part heard ‘liking’ a page to see • E.g. internet, phones, (Clips of of the animation where • Show footage of the way the difference of her TV… YouTube information comes in and YouTube forms as a cycle newsfeed – how it Including establishing Celebs out of democracy using ‘nam changes peoples shot of internet cafes increasing • Short supporting footage of cat’ example – posting identity (high angles, low viewers), increasing subscribers and video, re-posting, the re- • sociological theories angles), a bedroom Google, views of a YouTube video, producing their own, into ethnics – the (with tech), train Facebook, increasing popularity – everyone now gets extent of our station (people on with voiceover people gain great success involved – however, democracy with phones) with close up of statistics on • Public interviews on how taste makers influence sociologist interview – of Wi-Fi connecting. dominant they feel about web 2.0 in videos such as ‘Friday – the importance of • Show case study of the pages, and Trafalgar square R.Black’ ethnics on our identity boy who killed his mum their influence • Lastly web 3.0 with • Statistics on how much • Presenter concludes mimicking the soap of people with voiceover presenter time we actually spend to question the ‘Coronation Street’, more statistics explaining it online, which countries democracy that social with archival footage of • Examples of Google search to understand the ways network blinds us with news broadcast. tailoring searches it is a perfect way control • Finish with expert interview in a large mass
  7. 7. Structure for 5 minute Documentary 2 Minute Introduction (Series) • Establishing shot of internet café • Prezi animation3 15 • • Close up of typing Establishing shot of BBC Studio 15 • • Pictures of hype online Articles • Fast motion people waking • 2012 hype to get out of recession – animation cycleSecs • • Screen shot of people uploading YouTube video People walking into watch a film at cinema Secs • Shot of hash tag on a TV programme • Establishing shot of billboard 15 • Screen shot on Digg – to ‘dig’ or ‘bury’ • Show twitter feed on ‘Life of Pi’ • • Shot of shelves of magazines enforcing femininity ‘Coronation Street’ mimicking scene 15 • Face Time call with friends to meet up and go watch itSecs • Close-up of an iPhone – techno convergence • • YouTube trailer and comments on the films Sharing the film on Facebook All the above will be montage footage with a voiceover Secs • • Going into cinema to see the film Blogging the film on a blog and it being re-blogged • Voiceover explaining what hegemony & democracy is 15 • Animation of pyramid hierarchy to explain hegemony. • Presenter compares hegemony to democracy • Higher power at the top – people that control the media – anonymous 15 • Weighing out debateSecs • Media – collection of images to do with the media • • Presenting the two sides – has it become democratic? Short quoted Public interview’s - what they think • • The ideologies Society Secs (about 3) • Information and influence will travel down the hierarchy, but will show some coming down (web 2.0 making this possible) • Voice over to explain what we are influenced by • She asks 3 rhetorical questions, 15 • Zoom onto media level in hierarchy showing all different form of media – Social networking (Facebook, Twitter, 15 • • finishing on the documentary series title question followed by an animation of the title.Secs • blogs, social news, YouTube) , TV, news, Magazines, radio, films, online dating Travels down to ideologies – nuclear family, body image, Secs status, social groups – ‘cliques’
  8. 8. Structure for 5 minute Documentary 1 Minute Introduction (Episode) • Establishing shot of internet café to • Screen shot with voice over of 15 establish where presenter is 15 presenter • Long shot of presenter on computer • How Facebook tailor searchesSecs • Gets up and starts to walk out with Secs • Mac screen ‘liking’ a Facebook page camera following • comparing the news feed before and • She discusses platforms of social after liking the page explaining the media way Facebook, social news, Twitter, • Facebook alter what they will now see YouTube, Tumblr, online dating screen • generating and manipulating them to shots shown further like others similarly • Statistics on social networking uses e.g 11 hours online vs. 10 hours in real life • Public interviews on how much time • Statistics of how of population is on 15 they spend on social networking sites 15 social networking and what countries • In Trafalgar square have it – through prezi screenSecs • Rage of ages – 19 – 30 Secs recording • British people • Presenter in mid shot explaining perfect tool to control people catering to all their likes and giving them the feeling of power, freedom and control.
  9. 9. Structure for 5 minute Documentary 2 Minute (To Focus On First Subtopic Of Episode) • Animation made with pictures fast forwarded of • Public interview (Transition fade into 15 a time-line of how the internet has progressed • Begins with web 1.0 15 interviews with public (Then fade into transparent background) of publicSecs • Expert interview on sociological theory ‘upsurge’ show how it was hegemonic with information Secs shoppers) • quoted significant things they say on Web going out 2.0 (texts fades on and off screen with • Images of information coming our of computer voiceover of interviewers) but none going in • In Trafalgar square • Time lines moves • YouTube clip of what web 1.0 was like (1995) 15 • Presenter talks about examples – social 15 • Interviews from older generation experience of news, online dating, wiki’s showing what the web used to be like Secs montage footage on the basics of each,Secs • How it has changed social news to upload stories, online dating • Signing up filling out form • Wiki reading stories and editing • Implying increase of activism – signs of audience becoming particpatory • Animation moves to Web 2.0 where by there is in 15 information going in and out • Presenter talks to the camera about • emphasise the revolution • showing loads of people now getting involved with 15 • videos going viral nam cat videoSecs using the web. • Videos of people copying it • Montage footage of ‘YouTube’ celebrities (online videos) and a fast increase in views followed by Secs • • With footage of cats watching it Voiceover explaining subscribers. • Voiceover by presenter informing the Web 2.0 basics where people can comment, post and then become part of someone elses posts – e.g the subscribers – be a part of what they do
  10. 10. Structure for 5 minute Documentary Last 10-20 Seconds (preview to after the break) • Presenter introduces a • Presenter voiceover on top of 5 5 the filter carrying on the new new way of Web 3.0Secs Secs term algorithms • Animation of filter bubles 5 • Things are put in then thingsSecs are taken out
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